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The Moon Also Rises

Originally published February 1, 2010 LPOD-Feb1-10.gif
image by Stefanos Sofologis, Skiathos Island, Greece

Two and a half years ago the second image of this sequence was an LPOD and I wrote:
Should Stefanos have the right to count this as a full LPOD, or only a half? And where is the other half of the Moon? Did it get lost on the dark room floor or was there a camera failure half way though the exposure? And what is that razer sharp boundary? Clues come from the wavy edge of the Moon and the fact that Stefanos lives on an island.
This LPOD includes a sequence of images, revealing the upward and sideward movement of the rising Moon and reflections on the still Aegean Sea. I think Stefanos is well qualified to claim two LPODs now.

Chuck Wood

Technical Details
July 1, 2007 Vixen ED81S + Canon EOS 400D @ ISO800, 1sec.


Yesterday's LPOD: Spotted Moon

Tomorrow's LPOD: There is No There There


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